Originally posted by dtcomposer:
wait so unless he shows different than being basically the 2nd most dominant WR of all time you mean?
OK, then why isn't he still in NE? In his whole NFL career Moss hasn't shown the ability or willingness to be a team-first guy. In his whole career Moss has never been know to be a consistent
blocker. In his whole career Moss has never been known to execute an entire route tree consistently. In his whole career Moss has NEVER been know as a hard worker, as someone who's gonna put in the extra work and time to make himself and his team better (not a team guy, and never has been). And we all know who much JH values hard workers. Now, given what we've seen from a JH/Roman offense and what we know of WC offenses Moss is gonna be asked to do things - consistently
- that he hasn't been asked to do his whole career. It's not gonna be enough to just run go-routes all game. And the Randy-upset-about-not-getting-the-ball-enough clock starts the minute adversity visits the team, and adversity will visit the team. So you can
until your heart's content. I'm more interested in winning
results, not his numbers. At this point, his historical standings and numbers means nothing to us going forward. His historical standings and numbers won't win us a Super Bowl, his hard work will. And, sadly, that's a part of his game that's been non-existent his whole career. Now, I truly hope he contributes in every way you and others think, and then some. That would mean the 49ers do better, and above all else that's what I want. But I'm sorry, based on what I've seen his whole career I'm skeptical that Randy Moss can be the WR the 49ers need him to be. In un-padded practices his suppose to be a world-beater. Lets see how things pan out when the bullets start flying his way before we crown a known quitter the 49ers top option.